At Canva we have the ambitious goal of empowering the world to design.
We believe that everyone should be able to use Canva independently, regardless of their circumstances. That’s why Canva is committed to identifying and removing all usability barriers, while encouraging accessible design from the start.
If you are experiencing an accessibility issue on Canva we’d love to hear your feedback. This can be shared using the following:
s508 accessibility information for Canva.com, Canva Desktop App, and Canva Mobile, including Canva on Android, Canva on iOS for iPhone and iPad
The latest Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR) for Canva is available for download below, and was first produced in June 2021 following the VPAT v2.4® International template format.
The scope of our testing for accessibility covers Canva.com, the Canva Desktop Application macOS™, and the Canva Mobile Applications, including Canva on Android™, Canva on iOS™ for iPhone® and iPad.
All testing was conducted using an independent external auditor. Conformance to WCAG 2.1 A and AA accessibility standards was evaluated using a combination of automated analysis tools and manual testing along with assistive technologies.
Canva is constantly adding and improving features, and while we aim to keep our VPAT up to date, this is not always immediately possible. This means our VPAT may temporarily reflect outdated, redesigned or redundant features. If you find an error or omission from our VPAT please contact us using the above information.
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